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FCC Passes Regulations Enabling Government to ‘Micromanage’ Internet

Deep pockets of left-wing foundations helped finance activism on ‘net neutrality.’
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Soros, Ford Foundations ‘Lavish’ $196 Million to Push Internet Regulations

 ‘Net neutrality’ activists at White House also linked to lefty Ford Foundation, Soros’ Open Society.
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FCC Chairman Recommends ‘Strongest’ Internet Regulations ‘Ever Proposed’

Official claims it would ‘ensure net neutrality,’ while opponents decry ‘power grab.’ 
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Book Review: Strategies for Surviving Scandal in the Internet Age

In his book “Glass Jaw,” Eric Dezenhall discusses how to react to the growing power of the internet and instant scandals.
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Networks Yawn as Obama Administration Gives Away the Internet

The United States government announced on Friday that it would give up control of the Internet to a global organization. Fox News extensively covered this development, but the network morning and ...

Times Reporter Discusses Squelching of WikiLeaks, Leaves Out Her PR Work for Group

Contributing writer Jennifer 8. Lee discusses the persecution of the anti-American anti-secrecy group Wikileaks, but doesn't mention she did publicity work for them last year: "The control that ...

Rebecca Black... On Second Thought

"Friday" may be just the gift parents and conservatives didnt realize they had received.

Friday's Front Page Spins Pro-Wikileaks Hackers as Defenders of Web Freedom

Fighting for Internet freedom...by shutting down websites? That's reporter Noam Cohen's strange take on hacker supporters of WikiLeaks taking down websites they disagree with: "...the loosely ...

Prostitution Ads Still a Problem on Craigslist Despite Recent Crackdowns

Website reluctantly removes sex ads, allows suspected brothels to advertise as 'massage parlors.'

Kyra Phillips Asks if Something Needs to be Done 'Legally' about 'Anonymous Bloggers'

CNN 'Newsroom' looks into internet's effect on culture, Sherrod story and promotes calls for internet 'gatekeeper.'
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